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Webhook Notifications: Introducing Hipchat, Slack and more

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Webhook notifications now available with Codacy can help developers communicate better and seamlessly.
Starting now, you can start receiving notifications from Codacy on your Hipchat, on your Slack or even configure your own via Webhook.

These services will be called when new or fixed issues are detected, so you’re only bothered when there are changes in your code quality.
We will introduce finer-grained controls in the future (such as notifying per commit analysis being done or per pull request).

How to enable webhook notifications

In each project, you will now have a Notifications in the project settings tab that you can use to connect your services.

webhook
Choose your integration channel

After that, you can configure your services.

Example of a slack integration settings

Welcome notifications!
As always, please do reach out to us with comments, feedback and feature requests.


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